Can you open the pdf and it’s not blank?
Is the report anonymous?
The correct answers are roughly the following: … How is the answer?
Is the source code for the solutions included?
Does the plot in the report at 2 a) look something like this:
Does the plot in the report at 2 b) look something like this:
Is the computed mean in 2 c) close to …?
Is the variance in 2 c) close to …?
Is the interval in 2 d) roughly […, …]? Remember that since the interval is computed from random samples, there is variation but the interval should be roughly the same!
Is p(has cancer|test result is positive) computed using Bayes’ formula (or its complement p(does not have cancer|test result is positive))?
Is the result p(has cancer|test result is positive)= … (or p(does not have cancer|test result is positive)= …)
Is the result motivated with something like …
Is the source code available?
How is the answer for probability of Elvis having had an identical twin brother?
Overall quality of the report
Does the report follow the formatting instructions?
In case the report doesn’t fully follow the formatting instructions, specify the formatting instruction that is not followed. If applicable, specify the page of the report, where this difference in formatting is visible.
Please provide also feedback on the presentation (e.g. text, layout, flow of the responses, figures, figure captions). Part of the course is practicing making data analysis reports. By providing feedback on the report presentation and other students can learn what they can improve or what they already did well. You should be able to provide constructive or positive feedback for all non-empty reports, even if there is nothing to say about the technical correctness of the answers. You can also provide feedback on code.